Google sheets shortcuts
Mastering google sheets shortcuts is essential for anyone who works within spreadsheets. The question is why is preferred to select a row using shortcuts rather than just using the mouse by clicking and dragging on a cell.
The answer is saving time using shortcuts. I know it is not clear in the example above because it is a very basic table, however as you go on learning and mastering google sheets you will face much more complicated tables with hidden rows, empty rows, empty cells, and large data … that will make your work difficult if you just use the mouse, in such cases, you will understand why it is very important.
In this post we discovered pressing and holding the SHIFT and SPACE keys at the same time can select the entire row.
Note: Pay close attention to step number 1
When selecting any cell in the table it should be inside the table or at least one cell out of it, now if you select a cell that is far from the table it will not work and will select the entire row not only the part you work on.
It may be a good habit to leave a blank row at the beginning of the table.
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Keyboard shortcuts for Google Sheets
Knowing how to select one row in google sheets using shortcuts and merging google sheets with shortcuts is more than important for anyone who is studying or willing to study and master google sheets. Now as you understood the various methods whether by mouse or shortcuts do not hesitate to check the different sections of my website, you can say Thanks! in the reply box below its free 🙂
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